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ATLANTA — Georgia’s unemployment rate is back in the single digits, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.

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Gwinnett County beer lovers will soon have a new place to toast with their friends. Ironshield Brewing, located in Lawrenceville, announced its plans to open next month.

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ATLANTA — Georgia tax collections rebounded somewhat last month from a dismal showing in April but still were down significantly compared to May of last year.

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Local ICU nurses and staff who have been working long hours deal with patients during the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic recently got a warm meal as a sign of appreciation from employees at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ Suwanee/Duluth Office.

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Gwinnett Cares is hosting a virtual job fair for those looking for employment during these uncertain times of the coronavirus pandemic.

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ATLANTA — Nearly 230,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week, down from more than 266,000 claims filed during the previous week, state Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler reported Thursday.

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ATLANTA — As expected, the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic sent state revenues plunging last month.

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Simon Property Group, which owns the Mall of Georgia in Buford and Sugarloaf Mills in Lawrenceville, reopened most of its malls in Georgia on Monday after being closed throughout late March and all of April because of the pandemic. 

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Despite Gov. Brian Kemp ending the state’s shelter in place order, the Mall of Georgia and Sugarloaf Mills did not open Friday as had previously been reported.

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 Georgia’s dairy farmers, along with Kroger Atlanta Division, have come together to deliver milk from the farm to the front lines. The new Great Georgia Give campaign will deliver 24,000 half-gallons of local Georgia milk to first responders and health care workers across the Atlanta metro area.

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